We have a kid coming soon, he will never have a driver's license. Sounds like Car2Go.Kitty Telltales wrote: ↑Tue Oct 30, 2018 12:16 pmJust spent the weekend in Berlin and we used a car sharing service to get around, like "city bike". The cars, all Audis, are left around the city in all neighborhoods. You see the available cars on their app and reserve the nearest car. It was amazingly cheap to rent per minute and more convenient than taking the street car if you have a few people travelling together. The idea is that cars can be used by many and the service will reduce the need for so many individually owned cars just parked, clogging up the street, not being used.
Wish the service were more widely available.
There will be so many tech innovations in the near future that, in my opinion, any car bought now will soon be old school.
I think we're probably 4 years away in Minneapolis from the abandonment of personal vehicles. I hope to get a few hundred dollars for our honda at that time. The scaling of the fleets will happen faster than the conversion to smart phones.